The Quad QII-Integrated, evolves the QII into a fully integrated stereo amplifier for the very first time in a user-friendly, yet
The preamp section delivers three line inputs, plus full tape monitoring. Every detail is engineered to the highest standard; even the built-in phono stage is of higher quality than many costly standalone devices, ensuring that every musical source, from vinyl to digital, is delivered with exceptional panache.
It stays true to the original Quad II monoblocks in its push-pull KT66 output configuration and single-tap output transformers, yet it’s actually twice as powerful – rated at 25W per channel.
A Truly Iconic Amplifier
Designed by Quad founder Peter Walker, the truly iconic Quad II helped to define the modern concept of high-fidelity sound in the 1950s. Quad has kept the legend alive with the current Quad II classic, a faithful reproduction of the original valve monoblock with build quality and aesthetics lovingly updated for the modern era. The new version takes this a step further, with the development of additional, pre, power and integrated models. (Pictured: Original Quad II Amplifier as designed by Peter Walker).
The Quad II Series circuit design is the work of Tim de Paravicini, a man widely acknowledged to be the UK's foremost valve amp designer. His design is faithful to Peter Walker's Philosophy of cathode loading onto the same output stage and fundamental simplicity of design, ensuring the new amp delivers the same wealth of detail and exquisite tone as its famous predecessor.
Valves 4 × KT66
4 × 12AX7
2 × 6922EH
Input Sensitivity 275mV RMS (Line Level & Tape Monitor)
Output Power 25W per Channel into 8 Ohms THD 0.06% @ 15W(700Hz) Hum and Noise Better than -98dBA (ref 25W into 8Ω) Frequency Response 20Hz - 20KHz (+0dB/-1dB) Crosstalk >75dB Voltage Gain 34dB Power Consumption 195W (max) Dimension (H × W × D) 200 × 310 × 380mm